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Hear from Keller Rinaudo at IGNITION as he discusses how robotics are transforming logistics and transportation and what his startup, Zipline, has planned for the future.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has admitted that Congress will likely not pass President Donald Trump's massive infrastructure plan this year. A recent analysis reveals the most structurally deficient bridges around the US.
We asked American readers to name the one architectural masterpiece they adore in their state. Responses ranged from a cliffside church to a famous lighthouse. Here are the most beautiful buildings in every US state, plus Washington, DC:
Two Chinese companies are working to build affordable highways made of solar panels, which would generate power for cities. It will be no easy feat, but similar projects in the US are facing even more challenges.
A coalition that includes the Congressional Black Caucus and the House Freedom Caucus is trying to get President Donald Trump to back their infrastructure bill.
This week, Domino's announced it's now filling potholes in towns across the US. Experts say it's part of a larger trend of companies picking up the slack for civic services usually funded by local, state, and federal governments.
Domino's announced on Monday that it is paying to fill potholes in towns across the United States. While many are excited for the chance to get potholes filled, some say the campaign raises questions about the duties of the American government.
Mesmerizing aerial images show the growth of cities like Beijing and Las Vegas over the last 3 decades
By 2030, the United Nations predicts that cities will house 60% of people globally, and one in every three people will live in cities with at least half a million inhabitants. NASA satellites have visualized this growth through its Landsat program.
President Donald Trump's massive $1.5 trillion infrastructure investment plan isn't getting done in 2018 according to White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders. The admission confirms what many analysts assumed for months.
China is opening the world’s longest sea bridge — and it contains enough steel to build 60 Eiffel Towers
China will soon unveil its controversial megaproject, a 34-mile-long bridge connecting Hong Kong, Macau, and the mainland. Here's what it looks like.